putrefactive


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pu·tre·fac·tive

(pyū'trĕ-fak'tiv),
Relating to or causing putrefaction.

putrefactive

(pyo͞o′trə-făk′tĭv)
adj.
1. Bringing about putrefaction.
2. Of, relating to, or characterized by putrefaction.

putrefactive

[-fak′tiv]
Etymology: L, puter, rotten, facere, to make
causing, promoting, or relating to putrefaction.

pu·tre·fac·tive

(pyū'trĕ-fak'tiv)
Relating to or causing putrefaction.
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After Day 3, panelists could not discriminate odor of semideteriorated and deteriorated oyster samples and these were evaluated as putrefactive aroma.
0001 Color on visual inspection No pronounced blue or gray Odor after neutralization with boric acid No putrefactive odor Extractable protein content - cast films ASTM D5712-95 ([micro]g protein/g of latex film 1,900 860 2,000 <28 LEAP - ELISA, ([micro]g of protein/g of latex film 1,100 870 1,200 1.
The addition of LAB inoculants to food residue also preserves the residue by inhibiting the growth of putrefactive bacteria that degrade the residue to odiferous compounds, suppresses the growth of food poisoning bacteria (Wang et al.
7) It is now well accepted that it is important for good gut health to maintain saccharolytic fermentation rather than putrefactive fermentation in the colon.
3-5) Bifidobacteria also produce organic acids such as acetic and lactic acid which limit the growth of putrefactive and pathogenic bacteria.